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    September 27, 2010
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>> most of our lines are doing pleasann line. if you are going to those directions? you might want to #ive yourself some extra time. >> how much? >> perhaps 20-25 minutes. just to beñúón the same side. and if you'r)re going to richmond? we'e doing pretty good. however, dublin,ñ perhaps a 25 minute delay. >> and this is not unusual? and bart has to moderate drop the gvening as was tonight and tomorrow? >> -monitor. route.ñ >> absolutely. and4to heal with ear old system.s th we're doing everything we can >> bart is running a little bit túslower, at 20-25 minute delt ring ring progresso. hi, may i speak to my oggy please? thank you. i'm sorry, who? my grandma. this is obviously her chicken noodle soup. only hers tastes like this. just put my oggy on the phone. thanks so much. hold one moment please. another person calling for her grandmother. she thinks it's her soup huh? i'm told she's in the garden picking herbs. i'll hold. she's holding. wha? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. ring ring. look for great deals on progresso soups this week at safeway. shop now and save.
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this hour. the heat >> those troubled digi ñ d is made for a busy day at beaches across the region. rob fladeboe shows us the beaches and a set of low o the he nearly óctoberbut look of this crowd! near capatol 1a come, windy, and the warm conditions of mid-upper 80sñk it felt relatively cool. with the >> developing news was again, more on the bart delays. new video coming into the newsroom. there is a lot of the standing going around as people wait for trains. because of the heat system wide delays of 15 minutes. earlier, there is for even longer. our says as long as record-breaking 100 degrees in santa cruy. the heat a the heat as much as we can. it the heat as much as we can. it the heat as much as we can. it the heat as much as we can. it the heat as much as we can. it the heat as much as we can. it the heat as much as we can. it the heat as much as we can. it the heat as much as we can. it the heat as much as we can. it the heat as much as we can. it the heat as much as we can. it the heat as much as we can. it the heat as much as we can. it the heat as much as we can. it the heat as much as we can. it the heat as much as we can. it this heat keeps up you can expect delays, tomorrow. live in the newsroom cough dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> and sfo is training after to a sof arme andwo armed walked rt through security. >> talk ttake a look at these t, with assault as a walk through
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announcement today and hopefully they will support her and that ilegislation. >> five days, and there are removed 13 t of that debris. maureen kelly went to the area knew the origin of the blast for she shows us how this work is progressing. fed >> right here, a house with the cleanup process has just begun. you can see of the extra rear walls and the chimney is still standing. a lot of chunks of debris and ash. working crews have come to a year but they just than removing household hazardous material, like pesticides, pecans. and next door, this to brief removal is have one half finished. all this ash has been removed. however, a lot of concrete rubble and metal to haul away. and this is what all the properties will look like when all of this is finished. any evidence has been removed. the last thing is
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remove these of burned trees for safety reasons and erosion control soil is not get washed away and out of coming breezraiy seasons, and it is completely flat so as these property owners. 1701 earl will have a level service, and maureen kelly, kron 4 news. >> a live look at the traffic. and these westbound, no problems! and quite a different story as reluctant the james and san francisco. the lower deck is moving quite well. which is unusual for a monday. however, the bottom is towards the peninsula and will the congested, really backed up. we will be right back. ♪
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to review his case. and dan kerman tells us this is a series of rulings, and announcements and they came down coming today. >> the execution of convicted murderer, breakfast elbert brown has been delayed 45 hours the governor-rapist. and this is delayed until thursday evening and to allow the towards more time to review this case and to give him more time to consider four decades, his great moments in the 1940's he whis 40's, he e raiders to victories in the glory times and kicking field goals. the highest score in pro football history when he retired. and of the houston oilers, and the plate for 26 seasons. a very dear friend. of al davis. and also, the stanford cardinal, and he is going to be strutting around they are clemency. earlier today, a marin county judge refused to block that thhe refused to show evidee that this would cause campaign. however, this will be the first of many. >> we're learning from the attorney general's office that the city is in short supply of a one of the three drugs. this is the anesthetic to remedy the rolling after taking apart the dame! 4-0, for the first time since 1986. and the top five a draft pick if he wants to come out? the defense has been great. and with the college football association press. we have the heavyweights, boise, organ is the number four, and stanford goes from 16 to #nine. they are going to play at oregon on
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unconscious state. and these can be put on hold until september 30th until they get more drug until the cannot get that until likely, next year. dan kerman, kron 4 news. ♪ >> decision 2010, republican meg whitman and jerry brown face off in their debate! it will be held at uc-davis and brown is leading with an 46-41 percent saturday. we will find out. keith smart is officially the new warrior coach. and don nelson did not show up. he took his $6 million and is probably saying good riddance and good luck. when we return, a bear a real legends,brandy brisbane and and one-fifth of voters in california are still undecided. jacqueline? >> and it is still a live look with 98 degrees right now, and even triple digits expected tomorrow. and will talk more about the heat wave coming up in just a few minutes. [ male announcer ] as the ceo of hp, with brent? from three minutes, now, i am is warning you that he has cut into your time! >> and no! he is well trained. >> he is whit is all soccer! >> and brandy is also either she is selfish? or a damned fool? [laughter] >> brandy is next.
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specifically, delays on bart with the dublin/pleasanton/line in the will continue as temperatures stay high. bart is doing what they can to keep the trains rolling as fast as possible but passengers to expect delays also tomorrow. as he persists. dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> ♪ >> it is in the top out there today. and it is indeed hot. internationally famous female soccer when she took off the brought into the whole thing, and with helping with professional soccer. and planning for the death see gold pride last year and they won the championship andretti said. she said at 42 years old, >> at age 42, this looks a little bit stret a strange? with a live look house side it is san francisco with 70 degrees tonight and comfortable tonight and another hot day on tap. let us speak about the inland valleys with those bart please temperatures upper 90s, and trouble the dozen locations. and even warmer, tomorrow. -triple digits. santa rosa was a record breaker! 100, and also some places to tied temperatures, and >> and did you need this back rub? >> it turns out, yes. stress and retirement! >> and burnevern and all the fas from the olympics >> santa clara, the best soccer
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bay-area wide it is also a hot. and with that fog forming last night and is expected again tomorrow. and has this hot air just is stagnant with 100 degrees in careful, 96 and petaluma, and the 70's because of the fog keeping it cooler throughout the day. with those sea breeze winds. in the east bay, 89 degrees in oakland, 80 eating castro valley, and this field in the world. >> and everybody says the pastor rainy. >> not even close. >> --pastorinin >> thank you for being vern glenn >> and mr. involvement. >> and 42 years old is that? he does to not feel like running is where it is going to be very, very hot. -80 degrees the castro--no, inland, with likely triple-digits. 104 and cattle, 103 in morgan hill and 98 in san jose in the south bay. and a lot of trouble tickets out there. the warm, dry air is anchored. - triple digits. -triple digits. and with the sea breezes, we're not going to get much of a relief until thursday, friday around her a question of >> it was circumstantial, of the national team the changing coaches and with national pride, i think both wanted to star with younger players and my passionist never changed for the game. it is a good time to move afford. and i moving forward at this 6:00 p.m. game and we're going to create a foundation. with every ticket sold it is going to go to the reach of foundation going to girls,
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with a cool down with closer average for this time of year. >> san jose international airport is reviewing its training. that is one to armed men with assault rifles walked through baggage claim. despite this unusual claim, nobody notified airport this personnel. >> air forc personnel-that two n walked to the san jose airport to pick somebody up and walked organizations that mentor girls. it is a wonderful opportunity for me to say thank you. for two of the been inspiring me as the athlete, for san jose university, and all of my teammates. and they have been the reason what i have enjoyed this so much. >> what would you miss most about professional soccer? >> i do not have to totally get it up. and i can play for fun and i think it is being in the locker room, and those hard out. despite the unusual sight of them having assault rifles. there were federal security officers with the lawrence/livermore laboratories, >> the airport spokesperson-it is unlikely that was overlooked. >> and it was still thought. >> and will announce advised or staff that anything out of the ordinary to notify times that being together make it a little bit easier. and i think going to practice every day i'd is love going to practice. >> have you ever gone to an interview with not show that? >> no, thank goodness, that is what i used to look like. [laughter] >> and that this for women's soccer, with winning the world cup. and you've taken off your shirt.
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staff. >> and the normal procedure is for armed officials to be notified however, that did not happen. there were wearing uniforms with log their coreo to bes investigating whether or not notified. and also to the investigator this is a non- >> what is great is that of is the, we won the game but not having my parents around for this game it is amazing how 90,000 people i can hear my mama's voice yelling. and i think that is a part of this celebration. my parents took me to the san jose earthquake games and since the 1970's. 1979. i still of season tickets now. and i'm taking my son to the earthquake came it is a very family friendly environment. secure area with no t s a and this is a wake-up call. >> we are looking at this right now to see what we can do to improve training, communications. >> in san jose, christine connolly. kron 4 news. >> a joint venture! southwest airlines is acquiring air tra for $1.5 billion and this merger might pay off for bay area kids activity, the forty-niners will have activity, spun, non- specific and the fun, great day those of my memories. >> she even wants me to come out there. the yes! but talk about a role model. and by two young girls and a book by soccer. >> and let me ask you real quick. and you can embrace her, later are you embarrassed?
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travelers. >> southwest the colorful jets are a familiar sight for bay area airports. it has over 100 flights daily of oakland, san jose and as of 0. bearout of sf. however, airtran is more limited with a 1/4 reduction. their major hub is and >> duno, it is 5 it bought one of my friends keep robinson. >> and she said that this was embarrassing with then m and there you go! and i knew that something had to change with jimmy raye me to pay the price. >> and www.kron.com the information on brandy's retirement atlantic, and york. with that much more prisons. that is what is attractive for southwest. service to the york, boston, and a major presence at atlantic and land of. and with a big break to get from the country's busiest airport. >> and typing som prices could d i think the we could see some prices going down. the only [ brakes hiss ] ♪ [ male announcer ] now you can watch hit tv shows on your iphone when you get at&t u-verse tv. at&t. rethink possible.
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branding campaign with no baggage claprices catherine heenan. >> jimmy raye is been fired. with a 0-3 and kansas city in the forty-niners were considered a favorite. however, the stalled offense. would like to turn and state warriors reduceannounced h smart. and he was an inch from cleveland cavaliers coach in 2003. and alive look a traffic, northbound, southbound medium clip over the golden gate. and the east bound towards hayward. no cars coming that way right now not inside of our cameras.
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>> stocks are ending on a weak note as traders take a break from a four week rally. and they sank in the last hour with the dow losing 40 points. and the blue chips are in the best september since 1939! president barack obama crated a $30 billion fund to help small businesses expand/high year-- created. >> and the president said that it is much needed for small business growth. >> this lot will 22 different big things to cut taxes, and make this >> this lot will do to big things, to create opportunities, and cut taxes. >> and also, eight tax breaks
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and a boost for small businesses loan program is and his critics argue that this is another bailout. and web producer, kimberly sakamoto but not want. >> and it was just last week the committee, stephen colvert him went in front of the congress but it is completely true about the data that just came up that americans simply do not want farm jobs. since january, that could posted 1000 jobs. only a couple of hundred people applied. even though in california, one-and a are unemployed. california farmers posted 1000 jobs. and people simply are not applying for those jobs. pam? >> the doctor m single mother o4
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children had a yard sale. and even some of her nursing items were on sale she is facing foreclosure and needs $450 k to save her home. also she is selling items on ebay and a and signed sonogram offer octuplets of horror-- >> and right now with triple digits in concord, santa rosa, 98 in napa. plenty of 90s across the bay with five record breakers. we will talk about how much more we can expect coming of the 6:00 p.m. >> and another check at the cemeter ridge the east bound is cleared it was a five-car pileup. and traffic now is at both a medium clip. and in san francisco, the 80/101 split. and
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kron 4 news the 6:00 p.m. is coming up, next.
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>> live, this is kron 4 news at 6:00 p.m. >> at the 6:00, the heat wave in the bay area. and with 80 degrees fahrenheit at this san rafael at 12:00 p.m. noon and got hotter as the day progressed. and into the hundreds as the day progressed and people gettinstaying cool ad never met this they could and jacqueline? >> and we saw five record breakers today. to take a look it these maps. with the santa rosa, the hottest was 102. 99 in napa, downtown in the city, 96 in oakland, mountain view, all records. san jose came very close with 96. 100 degrees in
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livermore, 100 degrees in concord things are going down just a little bit. let us take a look at our current conditions. we're still seeing trouble digits in the santa rosa - triple digits and with plenty of sunshine, still 84 degrees. with fog close to the coast. it is going to stick cooler overnight. temperatures and san francisco towards at the peninsula and oakland are going to be cooler as well. more pleasant overnight but the extreme heat continues for tomorrow. with our weather headlines, we will see the heat tuesday and wednesday the dry air is not going to move. and your extent forecast coming up in just a bit. >> and the delays on the dublin, pleasanton, fremont, there are monitoring the tracks as the
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heat is affecting the metal on the tracks on bart. more delays expected. keep track of that. and all across the state, the heat is affected and in los angeles, 113. that is a record high. cents records were kept in 1887! that made for portal conditions with the extreme heat. this sparked several hours ago. -brittle. this has spent 20 a. and growing and they're trying as best as they can to keep it contained. and jonathan blum shows us were there is a grass fire. we spoke of one earlier in northern california a. in the bay area it is cooler than record setting los angeles and it is still hot. and rob fladeboe give us the shot daniel
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villareal >> of gilroy, and san martine in the southern santa clara county board sizzling once again. and take a look of the times let temperature at the bank of the west in downtown gilroy and 90 degrees. 11:30 a.m. the national weather service is looking for a triple digit heat today and possibly 101-102 degrees. however, to not look for any records you'll have to go back to 1963. 108 degrees on the stay back in 1963. however, san jose to be a record breaker if they reach 97. that would be a record breaker from 1958. it is going to be hot over santa clara county with no real relief expected until wednesday. in gilroy, rob fladeboe. >> and i am downtown at a popular place to get relief at 2:00 p.m. and it is 99 degrees. at the hottest part is 4:00 p.m.
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and temperatures will rise three-four degrees and there sure that there were to reach triple digits. the national weather service the says livermore, santa rosa are the hottest in the bay area because they're cut off on the ocean breezes the west. in livermore, dave gingoa. >> this dirty year-old is working on a memoir of her lika >> this 30 year-old is ready in her memoir, and she has been held with rape and kidnapping, and the tiral is next month >> this family was south of the breakwater when there were traffic since the bluff of the incoming high tide. local
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firefighters scrambled down a long letter to the beach. they waited out to the stranded for somfamily and made it to safety >> and state planners are still $19 billion in the hole. since it bough makers could agree with july 1st from governor arnold schwarzenegger. and any updates? from legislators are speaking? >> yes, since 4:45 and went behind closed doors. the governor, our goals for senator and leaders of both parties to hammer out these details. and remember from last week. if agreed on the frame work. so they agreed on a framework but not details. , and now, three months but that is no details! to get all the other legislators involved!
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>> correct, and a half to get a two-thirds majority . and we've just learned that several departments have not been paid and day care centers are going to be closing on wednesday in protest and in the bay area, transportation projects. four are on hold. >> and what does this do for the state's credit? >> it does not do anything good for the state's credit and speaking of credit there is the state credit card. and this is it your in a rural area you can use this opposed to the main branch. however, after 90 days if you've not paid is to be a deactivated. just like a personal credit card. so on friday if there's still no budget like rural park, the pay for toilet paper, but this card. the will not be able to do that. >> supplies could be in danger and so much is in jeopardy and what is next? >> and the governor is still
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optimistic and he hopes that we can get a vote-budget and the next one-two weeks. perhaps he knows something that cannot and will have to wait and see. >> dan, thank you, and hope to make statement and the federal is also in the red house. and carly fiorina has a plan. and she planned shared her plan with sandy was state students and one would have a designated tax 10 percent, to paying off the national debt. also, carly fiorina want to spend spending caps and reduce the amount of federal workers. she is going to be going up against incumbent, barbara boxer in november. san francisco >> san francisco is just one in four nations to receive a college completion a grant. thanks to the inland the and bill gates foundation $3 million will go towards students finishing their degrees. county,
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school districts. to update data systems, according a student services and to change the expectations were high school/college students. >> a live look for our mount pam cam. this is over marin the, and a cool off tonight with slightly with only the fog. however, a triple digit expected tomorrow. greed. the wealthiest corporations. billions in profits and bonuses. and the sacramento politicians just gave these same corporations a new billion dollar handout...
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paid for by cuts to education and public safety with no guarantee of creating one new job. but we can change this by voting yes on proposition 24. prop 24 repeals the billion dollar giveaway and protects our schools and communities. yes on prop 24. it's time to give us a break... not the big corporations.
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>> president obama ma'am, can you identify the other airline that charged you bag fees?
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that's it. that one...right there. exactly how much did the other airlines make off with? ♪ it was like $25. was that one-way? or roundtrip? roundtrip. $50? did you have a second bag? yes. mm! it was $35. that's $120 roundtrip. [ gasps ] oh! ah! ♪ [ ding ] what were the facts? fact: march 7, 2000. brown asks voters for new mayoral power to appoint school board members. he gets it, and promises better schools. but the drop out rate increases...50%. the school budget goes into a 100 million dollar deficit. the schools become so bad...the state has to take them over.
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it was "largely a bust," he admitted. jerry brown. failure as governor. failure as mayor. failure we can't afford now. failure as governor. failure as mayor.
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bella seven people were killed in the san bruno explosion and for the first burials we're hearing from a man that lost.
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and the father told what hughes went through on the san bruno gas explosion. man lost two of his loved ones in that blast. the father, had told his kron 4 with his family went through moments after hearing of the explosion. >> (voice of translator) our daughter's was one of the first to go down and it was hours and hours of anguish, hope. that that moment never came until the next day when they told us that they had found some victims from that disaster. we do not wish this on anybody. it is very painful. too much. too much. so, i would like things specifically everybody in the community that-thank- is been helping with our pain. we were victim's but maybe this is all for the good so pg&e can pay more attention to their
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services. it is not even gone through our mind. the ill feelings towards pg&e which is top of the convicts as much as they can. >> he urged congress woman to check and spear and he is hoping the politicians will support her bill. >> and this is what he was speaking of, she announced the plan that would require new regulations for gas/utility companies and if this passes? it would require utilities for of automatic or remote shut off valves in heavily populated areas and earthquake zones. the san bruno would have made a big difference if those types of valves had been in place. >> and with the hour, 46 minutes. and the high-pressure belts and the distribution belts. we would of been able to
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made an offensive attack much quicker than we did. and we were just victims until the shuttle was completed. >> the legislation would also require utilities to notify residents if they are living within two dozen feet of a gas transmission line. -2,000 ft.. >> meanwhile, the cleanup is in its third day in the san t bruno health department will have five more cleared today. >> what you are looking at is what is left of 1711 earl and this is a to do list posted by the san mateo health department, and they've documented the site and a service for us pestos. they're one have done with debris removal. -asbestos removal and even with concrete foundation
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and pieces of metal but they've taken away all the hazardous material. and all of the ash. now, over here is 1701 earl avenue and this is what the will look like when they're completely done. you can see the evidence of the burned home has been removed and the soil has been greeted. when property owners are ready? the soil has been greeteated and remove the , dead trees and soil erosion control. >> downtown, the temperatures were 113 at 12:00 p.m.-noon in downtown los angeles. still hot. much warmer than usual and one of the warmest days this year. try to cool off in alameda, and jacqueline bennett has more on this heat wave. and one is weather should heat off.
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jacqueline? >> pamela, these are our allihih temperatures, and would not only a record temperature was or how this location. and a record high in oakland, 96, and a record high of 93 in san francisco, at sfo said a record, and mountain view 94 is a new record high. with over 100 and livermore, concord, and hot tomorrow as well. san rafael, and cooler along the coast with happen day. and we will see fog again today and tonight and tomorrow closer to the coast. the warm, dry air is anchored and not going anywhere with triple digits again tomorrow. with 100 and sonoma, and much more comfortable along the coast. with a 70's thing to that morning fog and if along the
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coast and also down the peninsula, sam antar, 92 degrees, and in the drizzle with the heat will begin. when walnut creek, danville, livermore, one year to-104 degrees and expect those part delays because of the extreme heat. and also in los gatos, 104 degrees, and 103 in morgan hill. san jose, still very warm bay-area wide. as i mentioned, no relief until after wednesday. and not much of a cool down. and with close to the coastline, the sea breeze winds will still affect your coastal locations but the big cool down/relief will be on thursday. temperatures are closer to normal as we hit friday, saturday, sunday and much more
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comfortable. seven is along the bayshore, 60s on the coast. ♪ >> and in developing used to tell you about this hour we are talking about those polipolice n board, the good news is that the delays are shorter-delays on part. the problem has now expanded and you can expect delays 15 minutes. and it is going to be taking place not just in one area of system-wide. of course, the reason is the heat. more news and updates. >> when it mayor gavin newson was elected he pledged to help the homeless population. and with this service, tha 65,00 and kate thompson has more on the significance of the fight against the homeless. street.
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>> san francisco is not going to comes to the city and ends up on the street. >> the client, we've a lot of temperate and are meant for people in need. i think that all plays into effect for homeless coming to san francisco. >> homeless advocates are saying that they are from the bay area and the need for services has increased, dramatically over the past couple of years because of the economy. despite spending millions, there are 250 families on the wait list for shelter. >> people from poor communities are losing income, becoming homeless, they do not have that high credit card. or savings account to rely on. so, they end up losing their house, and a eventually, they find their way through the shelter system. >> and even of millions of dollars being spent, thousands of people taken off the streets
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of public opinion seems to be that homeless in san francisco is a big problem. the director of human services agency that the san francisco's problem is magnified because of the san francisco's geography. the view >> i think what you see in san francisco that it is in your face war. loss seems san francisco is that it is in your face. los angeles, in terms of square miles, los francisco. we are 49 square miles. and because it is much of our service centers are more centrally located. you will see a higher concentration of homeless people on the streets. reporting in the san francisco, kate thompson, kron 4 news. >> and other forms, a live look at walnut creek more enjoyable with the sicshade it will be pleasant at heather farms alive look. and it is going to be another scorcher are there to war with triple digits. the heat wave coming up in just a little bit
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our state has a huge deficit. meg whitman's plan will make it billions worse by eliminating the capital gains tax for wealthy investors, including herself.
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economists say her plan will "rip a hole in the budget" and is "deeply flawed". analysts for the l.a. times say whitman's plan is a "pure handout" to the rich creating a "huge risk" to schools and public safety. jerry brown's against this unfair giveaway because it will take billions from our children when we can least afford it. get california working again-for all of us. baccalaureate. correct. [ audience groans ] since this competition has been continuing for 48 hours and we have yet to eliminate anyone, it is the decision of this board to declare all 20 contestants winners. you have all competed admirably. admirably. a-d-m-i-r-a-b-l-y. admirably. [ male announcer ] at&t is making high speed internet affordable for only $14.95 a month with select services. at&t. rethink possible.
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>> actress lindsay lohan could be posted bail but images of possible >> these are startling. even though they are a few years old there were taken at a hollywood party in 2007. let us get a closer look. and these reports are saying that on the left side her armed with a black band. people think that that is a tourniquet and on the right is what is believed is a syringe with heroin. and another picture is showing that she is looking at the camera and that is a syringe believed to be filled with drugs. and this one is a little bit grainy but you can see she is exposing a lot of of her terrier and the person is holding a needle injecting her something into your bottom- derriere.
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>> and here with paris helton on their cuddling, kissing, and with lohan. she went on twitter that substance abuse is a disease that does not call othe way does not go away overnight and she is prepared to face the consequences. when it comes to veterans, no one fights harder than jerry mcnerney. when some vets were forced to travel hours for care, mcnerney fought for a new v.a. medical facility, and won. mcnerney took on washington gridlock, to improve care for vets with traumatic brain injuries.
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his plan became law. that's why vfw state commander dave norris endorsed mcnerney. i'm jerry mcnerney, and i'm honored to approve this message. thanks, dad. it's been a dream of mine to restore it. and it's my dream for him to finish it. frank has something great to save up for. this is my dad. isn't that cool? and a very understanding girlfriend. i showed him a wells fargo savings account with my savings plan. [ frank ] and what it does is it takes a little bit of my money and puts it towards my goal.
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i want to get all the original parts and do it right. for my dad. there's a couple months in between parts. so, one at a time. [ male announcer ] wells fargo. with you when it's time to save. ♪ perhaps for >> this just in, 9:00 p.m. thursday evening. he wants more time to review the case because if he wants to grant clemency and also time for the courts to review the case. dan kerman, kron 4 news.
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>> or big weather stores, record heat in santa rosa, 102 degrees. downtown san francisco, and new records. concord, livermore, 100 degrees inland. and the extreme heat will continue into tomorrow. warm, dry air is anchored right over us and not budging. triple adigits, and by wednesday, the return of the sea breeze wins but not strong enough to have a big impact on our forecast. the big impact will be on thursday with a more return to normal temperatures. >> and the beaches are a fairly crowded for a monday and september. warm, windy along the coast. mid-upper 80s and it feels a downright cool compared to the record breaker. 100 in santa cruz over the weekend and
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even the water temperature is warmer. if and in santa cruz, rob fladeboe, kron 4 news. >> downtown livermore, and a pretty popular place to get relief from the heat. at 2:00 p.m., the temperature is 99 degrees and the hottest time is 4:00 p.m. it will be about four degrees, warmer. it will be in triple digits, for short. and santa rosa, morgan hill, livermore, work of the hottest because they're caught up with any ocean breezes. in livermore, kron 4 news. >> here in san bruno, the site of a gas pipeline explosion so far, 13 t of debris have been dug and hauled away as the cleanup effort continues. the san mateo help the pharmacist by the end of day five they continue to have five home sites looking like this-health department, completely clear. the soil is grated to give the
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homeowners a clean slate. >> and in san francisco, the father spoke publicly for the first time since bearing his to love ones. >> (voice of translator) >> i want to thin think everybof everybody in the community. and we do not have paul billings towards pg&e however i hope they think >> haaziq madyun >> and web producer, kimberly sakamoto shows us these pictures. >> we felonies on the real- estate called curved california medical center as proposed super hospital. you can see how
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massive this is. this of be on the corner of a gary boulevard and vannis after a series of proposed changes at other facilities and san francisco. the building is going to be 15 stories and hundreds, 550 patient beds. such as this one, this is a mock up. also, another picture of a waiting room, cabot terror, parking lots, and this is projected to be about $2.5 billion. >> and national news, they are being battered by serious flooding in the midwest specifically, wisconsin. the wisconsin is an all-time high, a real abuse and portage, wisconsin. if there is-and their world view. and they have been asking people to leave the people are refusing to evacuate.
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